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Croatian Accession to the European Union: Facing the Challenges of Negotiations, vol 3

Edited by Katarina Ott ()

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Abstract: The topic of the third volume of the Croatian Accession to the European Union series is joining the Union and its requirements as a key to the transformation of society. From the experience of other countries, it is known that joining the EU really is a powerful stimulus and actuating force for the implementation of reform programmes. It should not be forgotten, irrespective of the requirements and conditions for EU accession, that Croatia is still in need of reforms to transform society for its own good. Like the first two publications, this one too endeavours to provide the reader a deeper insight into some of the political and economic problems of joining the EU.

Keywords: European Union; Croatia; accession (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2005
ISBN: 953-6047-58-6
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 Croatia and the European Union: accession as transformation , pp 1-29 Downloads
Katarina Ott
Ch 2 What does an enlarged European Union mean for Croatia? , pp 31-60 Downloads
Ana-Maria Boromisa
Ch 3 Trade integration and Croatian accession to the European Union , pp 61-84 Downloads
Vedran Sosic and Boris Vujcic
Ch 4 Freedom of movement of workers in the enlarged European Union and its effect on Croatia , pp 85-107 Downloads
Mirta Kapural
Ch 5 How prepared is Croatia for a knowledge-based society? , pp 109-128 Downloads
Predrag Bejaković
Ch 6 Evaluation of Croatian innovation capability , pp 129-159 Downloads
Zoran Aralica and Katarina Bacic
Ch 7 Extended social Europe? Social policy, social inclusion and social dialogue in Croatia and the European Union , pp 161-184 Downloads
Paul Stubbs and Sinisa Zrinscak
Ch 8 Free movement of capital, the real estate market and tourism: a blessing or a curse for Croatia on its way to the European Union? , pp 185-228 Downloads
Dubravko Mihaljek
Ch 9 Accession to the European Union and physical (spatial) planning in Croatia , pp 229-247 Downloads
Jasenka Kranjcevic
Ch 10 How prepared is Croatia to access European Union regional policy funds? The case of Istria , pp 249-278 Downloads
Ines Kersan-Skabic

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